Daniel Grambow - Biography
Daniel Grambow is a professional teaching artist based out of Chicago, IL. He received his Bachelors in Music from University of Miami: Frost School of Music and his Masters of Music at the Cleveland Institute of Music. As a teacher he has worked at Cleveland School of the Arts, and with Cleveland Institute of Music’s Distance Learning program. Some of his operatic credits include Peter (Hänsel und Gretel), Schaunard (La Bohème), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), Papageno (The Magic Flute), Betto, (Gianni Schicchi), and Geronimo (Il matrimonio segreto). He also sings with St. Alphonsus Church Choir and is the general director of Floating Opera Project here in Chicago. He was a finalist in the Seven Stars Project in Los Angeles California and at Inspiration Point, he was given the Marie Prudie Brown Emerging Young Artist Award. Since Daniel moved to the Chicago, he has collaborated with a number of local opera companies including Vox 3 Collective, Candid Concert Opera, Main Street Opera, Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, American Chamber Opera, Verismo Opera, Chicago Fringe Opera, Chicago Summer Opera, Music at Unity Temple and Chicago Opera Theater. He has worked as a performer, educator, voice teacher, playwright and marketing assistant with many of these organizations. Daniel currently works in the education department of Chicago Opera Theater and is helping produce Opera For All’s “Dinosaurs: A Terrific Tale” in local Chicago Public Schools.